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Critical Care Pharmacist, Cabell Huntington Hospital
- West Virginia University Charleston Division
- School of Pharmacy
Clinical Associate Professor
- PharmD, University of Arizona, 2007
- BS, The University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona, 1999
Confer J, Tzintzun KM. Alzheimer’s Disease: overview and pharmacologic treatment. US Pharm. 2015; 40(1): 49-59.
Confer J. Metabolic Alkalosis. In: Schwinghammer TL, Koehler JM, eds. Pharmacotherapy Casebook: A Patient-Focused Approach. 9th ed. New York: McGraw-Hill, 2014.
Confer J, Wolcott J, Hayes R. Critical Illness Polyneuromyopathy: a clinical review. AJHP. 2012; 69(14): 1199-1205.
“TPN Management: the good, the bad and the hungry.” West Virginia Society of Health System Pharmacists (WVSHP). Charleston, WV, April 2015.
“Dealing with Unmotivated Students” WVU Preceptor CE development (WVPA meeting), Morgantown, WV, May 2014.
“Board of Pharmacy Specialities: What is it and who should take it?” West Virginia Society of Health System Pharmacists (WVSHP), Charleston, WV, April 2014.
West Virginia Geriatric Society Scientific Assembly—2009. Reducing Hospital Readmissions—Panel Discussion, Huntington, WV, October 2009.
Pharmaceutical Care Lab 6 (PHAR 736)
Critical Care Pharmacotherapy (PHAR 745) – Co-Coordinator
About Jennifer Confer
Dr. Confer is an Associate Clinical Professor for West Virginia University School of Pharmacy (WVUSOP) with her primary practice being a Critical Care Specialist at Cabell Huntington Hospital. Dr. Confer received her Doctorate of Pharmacy from University of Arizona in 2007 and has since completed a PGY-1 Pharmacy Practice Residency at Cabell Huntington Hospital in Huntington, West Virginia. Her practice interests include Critical Care Medicine and Trauma/Emergency Medicine. Dr. Confer is involved in several aspects of the WVUSOP curriculum including teaching in Pharmacotherapeutics, co-coordinator of a critical care elective and faculty preceptor for Advanced Pharmacy Practice Experiences (APPE) completed by students in the 4th year of the curriculum.